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[1.185.901] rotor base getting grinded

Discussion in 'Bug Reports' started by mos, Jan 20, 2018.

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  1. mos Apprentice Engineer

    Reproduction Rate: 5 out of 5

    Affected Version: [1.185.901]

    Showcase Video:

    Reproduction steps:
    Join DS (not tested in single player)
    Paste blueprint from workshop -> http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1275673578
    grind small grid blocks with a small or large ship grinder
    rotor base gets grinded down too

    Observed behavior:
    The blueprint is a large advanced rotor with a small advanced head. Whenever you grind some blocks on the small grid, the large rotor base is getting grinded as well.
    This only happens when grinding with a small or large ship grinder. It does not happen when grinding with a standard hand grinder.

    Expected behavior:
    Only the red armor blocks are grinded, the rotor base stays unaffected.
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2018
  2. mos Apprentice Engineer

    Umm, since this was posted before the last major release, I dare say, the above stuff is still happening
    Just in case it fell off some list or something.:p
  3. Kezat Trainee Engineer

    I assume the same thing does not happen if your grind blocks that are farther away from the large rotor? Looks to me that the hitbox of the rotor is larger then expected.
  4. Zhiila Tester Staff


    This is already reported and will be fixed soon. Someone is already working on it.

  5. mos Apprentice Engineer

    Hey thanks for the heads up. I'll stop pestering ye then :woot:
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